Table 1.

Brain regions revealing significant main, interaction, or conjunction effects

RegionCoordinatesPeak T score
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Main effect of subsequent memory
    Remembered > forgotten
        Middle occipital gyrus, L−26−68366.64***
        Middle occipital gyrus, R30−68387.39***
        Inferior temporal gyrus, L−46−62−67.94***
        Inferior temporal gyrus, R54−56−108.69***
        Fusiform gyrus, L−34−32−204.46++
        Fusiform gyrus, R34−32−224.15++
        Inferior parietal lobule, L−44−44566.63***
        Inferior parietal lobule, R36−52565.31**
        Inferior frontal gyrus, L−503468.47***
        Inferior frontal gyrus, R526226.21***
543865.93***
    Forgotten > remembered
        Cuneus, L−4−90244.86*
        Cuneus, R16−64348.46***
        Lingual gyrus, L−16−62−45.74**
        Middle frontal gyrus, R3834345.04*
2852224.87*
Main effect of stress
    Stress > control
        Superior occipital gyrus, L−8−9485.09*
        Superior occipital gyrus, R16−92204.99*
        Lingual gyrus, R8−72−25.86***
        Fusiform gyrus, L−36−66−163.88+
        Fusiform gyrus, R28−70−65.28*
28−50−24.88*
        Inferior temporal gyrus, R46−48−184.06++
Stress by SME interaction (negative)
    Hippocampus, R28−26−84.29++
    Forgotten > remembered during stress
        Hippocampus, R28−26−85.01*
Stress by SME conjunction
    Remembered > forgotten and stress > control
        Inferior temporal gyrus, R48−52−63.20
    Stress > control and forgotten > remembered
        Lingual gyrus, L−8−76−64.21++
−20−62−43.68+
  • The peak x, y, z coordinates are given in MNI152 standard space coordinates. L and R denote left and right. SME, Subsequent memory effect.

  • *p < 0.05 whole-brain corrected;

  • **p < 0.01 whole-brain corrected;

  • ***p < 0.001 whole-brain corrected; +p < 0.05 small volume corrected; ++p < 0.01 small volume corrected, p < 0.05 small volume corrected (r = 10 mm) centered on the maximum of the main contrast.